Free CIPS Taster Session

19th August 2012

A free CIPS taster session.

Please join us to find out more about our CIPS professional training programmes. Sheffield Chamber of Commerce in association with Chamber Business Training are delighted to offer the full range of CIPS Professional Training Programmes suitable for those new to the world of purchasing and supply, through to the more experienced professionals. The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply (CIPS) is the leading body representing the field of purchasing and supply chain management.  Established in 1932, it has grown to become the central reference for industry best practice and the CIPS code of conduct is the standard around the world. With exceptional pass rates which exceed the national average, we can offer superb training with highly talented trainers and outstanding client management. To register your interest please call 0114 201 8933 or email training@scci.org.uk

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